Vitamin D in High Daily Doses Doesn’t Appear to Help – or Do Harm

Vitamin D in High Daily Doses Doesn’t Appear to Help – or Do Harm

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Vitamin D in High Daily Doses Doesn’t Appear to Help – or Do Harm

Higher doses of vitamin D supplements do not appear to lead to better clinical outcomes, either in lung function or bone health, in people with cystic fibrosis (CF), a systematic review reported. Because this crucial vitamin is lacking in patients, however, further studies evaluating the long-term effects of vitamin D supplements — those going beyond the recommended daily background dose for these people — are needed, the research team wrote. The review study, “Vitamin D…

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